We’re proud to be joining the Hackney Council’s Speaker, Sade Etti, for her Spring charity concert where she is bringing together Hackney choirs and talented Hackney musicians to raise money for three charities that do important work for Hackney people. The three charities the concert is raising money for are: Hackney Food Bank is a community-based voluntary organisation, which
Hackney Singers will be performing Verdi Requiem on Saturday 16th April 2016, starting at 7.30pm at St John at Hackney, Lower Clapton Road. We will be joined by some distinguished soloists: Soprano – Katie Bird Alto – Ciara Hendrick Tenor – Paul Austin Kelly Bass – Andrew Greenan You can buy your tickets now, below.
Thank you to all who came along to our Christmas carol concert, and gave so generously to the collection buckets. We are thrilled to announce we raised over £1,500 for the three chosen charities: The Hackney Winter Night Shelter and Islington Night Shelter, as well as North London Action for the Homeless Thank you also to
The wonderful @HackneySingers do it again – glorious Bernstein, Copland, Shearing, Whitacre, Barber. Thank you ???????????? pic.twitter.com/pPhSyHFgV3 — Lisa Rodrigues (@LisaSaysThis) October 17, 2015 Top notch @HackneySingers … Thought Cloudburst was excellent! pic.twitter.com/NNbcvJj5hy — Some Melodious Plot (@LostCertainties) October 17, 2015 @HackneySingers Thank YOU! It was a great concert and I've found lots of new
A small chapel in the church is known as The Musicians Chapel and it was here that Henry Wood learned to play the organ. There is a memorial stone for one of the Founding Fathers, so it felt that there were several connections for us for this concert. The programme marks the UK-USA ‘special relationship’ in
On Saturday 10th May, a group of Hackney Singers performed Mass in Blue by Will Todd, raising money for Rainbow Trust. The ‘come and sing’ event was a chance for singers from around the country to come together under the leadership of choral conductors who directed one movement each. It was a fantastic day and
Hackney’s Speaker, Sharon Patrick, brought together Hackney musicians and choirs to raise money for three charities that do great work for Hackney people: Alzheimer’s Society, which works to improve the quality of life of people suffering from dementia; The Sharp End, which offers services and activities to promote the health and well-being of older people;